"Try taking notice of the damage being caused by our human tendency to “blame one another.” Notice what happens when something goes wrong in your life, either at home, within your community, or at work. Listen to what people say, and observe how they behave. More importantly ...."
"Because of our human tendency to avoid questioning the familiar, the author of this paper was stymied when Safety and Risk were studied from a different perspective. Asphaliah (phonetic spelling) is the Greek word for safety. Beginning with the Greek, and then exploring our human understanding of Safety and Risk from a variety of perspectives, this paper
draws some conclusions that are thought-provoking, and a bit disturbing.
"Having become recently immersed in the paradigms of Nuclear Power Generation, especially as they relate to “human performance,” the author is somewhat aghast at the current trend in thinking: “We have finally figured out how to operate our equipment without failure – now we’re going to do the same with the human.” Human beings have always been the same, and will always be the same. We make mistakes. Interestingly, ..."